Sometimes photos look exactly as you want straight out of the camera, other times they need some help.
Post processing is an important part of the photographic process. It used to be done in a darkroom, now it's sitting at a computer. It should not be viewed as a way of fixing your mistakes, it's much more a way of completing the vision you had for your photo.
In this class you will learn about :-
- introduction to post processing (Photoshop, Lightroom and other programs)
- The difference between raw and jpeg files
- basic adjustments of colour, contrast and brightness
- Localised adjustments and creative adjustment
This is an introduction into post processing and using Photoshop